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Yet another lengthy delay between article roundups. I’ll be happy to post more frequently if someone wants to finish painting the closet in my study and installing the new shelves.

  • The Arts section of the 2013-14 Annual Manual, a magazine-style year-long guide to dining, arts, shopping, entertainment and more in Spokane (published September 2013)
  • Functional Fitness,” an article about Farmgirlfit, a unique crossfit-style gym tailored to women (InHealth, October-November)
  • 100% Local,” a brief profile of Just Good Stuff, a tiny Spokane-based skincare business that prides itself on quality ingredients (InHealth, October-November)
  • The Love Boat,” an interview with Josh Franklin, who stars in the nationally touring production of Anything Goes (Inlander, October 10)
  • Pop-sical,” an interview with former American Idol contestant Matt Giraud in anticipation of the Symphony Idol concert with the Spokane Symphony (Inlander, October 17)
  • The Doors,” a review of Lend Me a Tenor at Lake City Playhouse (Inlander, October 31)
  • A review of Charles Urban: Pioneering the non-fiction film in Britain and America, 1897–1925 by Luke McKernan (Times Literary Supplement, November 8)
  • A review of Nora, Ingmar Bergman’s adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House at Stage Left Spokane (Inlander, November 14)
  • Throughout the months of November and December, my (uncredited) writing has been featured weekly in the Holiday Pulse, an annual advertising section and shopping guide that highlights businesses in downtown Spokane (Inlander, November 14 through December 19)
  • A belated review of Nanobots, the newest album from They Might Be Giants (Ink 19, November 15)
  • Town and Universe,” a review of Interplayers’ eight-actor adaptation of Thornton Wilder’s Our Town (Inlander, November 28)
  • The Art of Meditation,” an article about the creative relaxation method known as Zentangle (InHealth, December-January)
  • A 3,500-Year-Old Tradition,” a brief profile of camelina oil and camelina farmer Curt Greenwalt (InHealth, December-January)
  • A review of The Eyes Have It: Cinema and the reality effect by Murray Pomerance (Times Literary Supplement, December 13)